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me Adams County Record . Wednesday, August 8, 2012 tage 9 July Real Estate Report BY GENE FOSTER Six properties were sold during Tuly. con- sisted of l large ranch, 2 bu ding lots and 3 single- . family houses with acre- age. One of the homes was in Cambridge; the other two were in New Meadows, as were both of the bu ding lots. mere are currently 331 listings on the Mountain Central . MLS. mis is still doI i- nated by 146 bu ding lots. me category of Build to Suit has increased to 17 listings. mis tends to show . . an increase in builder comdence in the market. mere are 32 houses in town and 47 houses with acreage also available. me Adams County Building Department reports that 16 bu ding permits were issued in Tu]y -- a signifi- cant increase over last month. Senators question USDA Request clariScation "Meatless o Mondays" promotion ashiN&oN, D.C, - Idaho Senators Mike Crapo and Tim kisch have joined their estern Senate co eagues in sendlng a letter to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack regarding the U.S. Department of Agriculhre's (USDA) eRorts to discourage employees hom eating meat. The USDA recently distributed a Greening Headquarters Update" newsleWer to employees in which their OR ce of Operations encourages employees to participate in "Mea ess Mondays" while dining in USDA cafeterias. me newsletter criticized meat consumption by citing the United Nations and c?aiming that the uproduction of meat, especia y beef (and dairy) has a large environmental impact" and also "wastes n resources. In respowe, the Senators sent a letter to Secretary V sack noting that such a newsletter raises serious See SENATORS QuEsTloN p USDA, page 20 N O a 549.lg0 lm 1 # . l